Yawatajuku Dai-ichi Hotel
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... is, unlike in Australia, where it is used more as a dipping sauce, riddled with soy.
3 dimensional plates showcase the fare within. Style of cuisine, prices and amounts are all clearly displayed.One needs to note how tricky it is, to beautify local curries with rice in plastic. Some things are better left undone.
Many venues carry vending machines, for you to place your order prior to entering the establishment.
The woman are beautiful. A mishmash of ...
... dessert I decided to turn into the hotel and get some sleep before the next day.
I am really excited to volunteer tomorrow. Helping out the community with any issues feels really good cause you feel like you have made a huge change. I am volunteering with volunteers for peace which is a worldwide organisation. Tomorrow is going to be a very long but I cannot wait to start helping out those who need it most!
A TALE OF TWO CITIES Merrill here. Kyoto is really two places. We spent three nights there and experienced both. Our visit happened to coincide with the Gion Matsuri, the biggest festival of the year. The city was packed with tourists, Japanese and foreign. Floats festooned with ornaments and art with historical significance were all over the Central part of Kyoto where we were staying, awaiting the big parade on July 17 (we did not stay for the parade). Leading up to the parade, at ...
... It was in the same direction as my hotel so I thought I would check it out while I'm there. In my book that the hotel gave me said there were some really nice souvenir streets as well as a temple. I headed to the temple first because it was the closest to me at the time. This was pretty impressive. I think it's one of the main temples in Tokyo because it was really touristy. At the gates leading to the temple they had these massive red lanterns which must ...
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special! When we got to our final stop, we were left alone on a small
platform with not a single person in sight; good thing we had
directions to our hostel at the ready.
For a good view head up the government
building for free rather than the expensive Tokyo Skytree tower.
Yes. Tokyo is quite, clean and very
safe. 4 days seemed enough to see the major sights but Tokyo is huge
with plenty more to ...